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Dawn Dish Soap

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Hayley Gardner

on 19 December 2012

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Hayley Gardner Product Use Suggested Precautions - Triclosan
- Water
- Magnesium
- Sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate
- ammonium laureth sulfate
- lauryl polyglucose
- lauramidopropylanine oxide
- SD Alcohol 3A
- Sodium xylene slufoate
- sodium chloride Chemical Ingredients Front Back Corrosive Material WHMIS Dawn Dishwashing Soap contains a chemical called Tricolsan, which is toxic to the environment. Triclosan is presently hurting waterways and aquatic life. We use dishwashing liquid to clean glasses,
plates, bowls, etc. - Fragrance
- pentasodium pentetate
- sodium bislfite
- quaternium 15
- D&C orange 4 HHPS Possible Health Effects Ingestion: May cause transient gastrointestinal irritation. May have vomiting and/or nausea.

Eye Contact: May cause mild, transient irritation. May cause tearing, stinging, itching, and/or redness.

Skin: Transient irritation with prolonged exposure to concentrated material. Skin may become dry and irritating. Keep out of children's reach Keep out of eyes Environmental Effects Chemical Name & Formula Triclosan Name: Formula: C12H7Cl3O2 State of Matter at Room Temperature Triclosan is a solid at room temperature Chemical name: 5-chloro-2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)phenol Chemical bonding: Chemical & Physical Properties Chemical Properties: Physical Properties: Warning Poisonous Triclosan is molecular. Safety Precautions If children exposed to a lot Triclosan they have a high risk of hay fever.

If Triclosan gets on skin, may get a rash. If digested, it can hurt the metabolism Where else can you find Triclosan? Dawn Dishwashing Liquid! Safety Precautions! If ingested, it is possible for it to harm the thyroid hormone metabolism.

If exposed to Triclosan, skin can become irritated. What Other Products Contain Triclsan? Dial® Liquid Soap Clean & Clear Foaming Facial Cleanser Aquatic Whirlpools Other products! White powder with an aromatic odor. Soluble in water and ethanol. References http://www.beyondpesticides.org/antibacterial/environmental/index.php http://householdproducts.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/household/brands?tbl=chem&id=1401&query=triclosan&searchas=TblChemicals http://www.cbc.ca/marketplace/webextras/triclosan/what_is_triclosan.html Disposal Recommendations This household product is safe for disposal down the drain during use or, it can be thrown in the trash.
Disposal of empty bottles are recommended in the trash or they can be recycled. http://www.ewg.org/node/26701 http://www.wegmans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=10052&catalogId=10002&productId=725461
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